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CooCooTheLooseScrew
05-18-2009, 01:18 PM
Forgiveness and ammends are freeing virtues
Folded and attired in honor and humility unspoken.




Over the years I've been bowled over by some of content in your responses...I bet if one had the time to sift thru them all there's enough lines like this one to fill a book...

Bard
05-18-2009, 02:03 PM
I am so very deeply touched

Each & everytime, a 'like spirit'

Such as I, is touched by my words so humble of fare.

It tickles me as a child, Christmas morning

These tye gifts and offerings, kindred souls such as you take the time

To give me...

Naturally, My deepest thanks and admiration fly attached to the above words, as wings afixed a bird.

CooCooTheLooseScrew
05-19-2009, 02:49 AM
If I had the time to sort through and re-discover lines like that in which I quoted, i'd put a book together myself of them. 1-3 per page maybe 95 pages or so if that. For my own reading.

:reporter

Bard
05-19-2009, 11:29 AM
If I had the time to sort through and re-discover lines like that in which I quoted, i'd put a book together myself of them. 1-3 per page maybe 95 pages or so if that. For my own reading.

:reporter

There are hundreds of quotes within the covers of 'Letters to Carla'.

We thought once of compiling them, yet, so many projects.....

noticing, that there were a few good lines, and then some.

The lack of interest in the property itself, stunted any further expedition of that nature I confess.

As well, kept me from publishing my other collections.

They call me often.

CooCooTheLooseScrew
05-19-2009, 05:54 PM
yeahman I read it when I first started at your old board...



I'd buy a book of Bard Quotes like the one Above... It's stuff that can be re-read over and over like Proverbs.

I think of it in categories almost how Kahlil formatted The Prophet but without the story line.

Bard
05-19-2009, 09:27 PM
yeahman I read it when I first started at your old board...



I'd buy a book of Bard Quotes like the one Above... It's stuff that can be re-read over and over like Proverbs.

I think of it in categories almost how Kahlil formatted The Prophet but without the story line.




I'd buy a book of Bard Quotes like the one Above... It's stuff that can be re-read over and over like Proverbs.

What an honor, to read such words.
One in this case I can easaly pass on to the gift-giver within me
Seeing that you are intimate with this one.
It is quite easy for me to impart all goodness and gift like inspiration
That flows though me to him whose I am.

The same fire/Spirit that exalteth, inspires, lifts up and annoints,
is the same who imparts these seasons of inspiration...illumination
revelation, creative moments....

Unfastened to him, I fear I reamain hollow, ungifted, and base in value at best.

Still, knowing your words are earnest, After my much explaination,
understanding how words come to me, i can agree, I am often fascinated when I find a quote attached to my nmame that is so sweet

I'd be the first to admit that the words and flavor woven, are so differing than I, it is like seeing words of another, for the first time often for me as well.

And each time, I remain in awe, and gratefull for the giftgiver, whose hand guides mine, and whose spirit influences mine for better and good.

I see those same gifts in your basket of soul, and your well of spirit so deep my friend.

It is one thing to understand words, but quite another to be gifted in order to discern the same.

The latter enables us to view character at a much deeper level of spirit.

Always a pleasure my brother of spirit & pen.....
calling ,office, region and rank.

Bard
05-19-2009, 09:57 PM
Naturaslly Coo

I understand full well you know these things.
I seem to be impressed especially of late
To give the Lord his true due
Simply put, all that i am, that be good
is attributed directly to his hand of grace upon my life

No other well of knowlege have I ever drank.
what good I have conducted or acheieved in this lifetime
is attributed to the Lords guiding light, hand and support

Without him, am an empty well, a life swept dry
The Lord is my compass of life, candela of night and
pathway of day, I remain so very gratefull
He found worth in me I remain always quite touched at that thought

That while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us
And he that knew no sin, became sin for us, that we might become the righteousness of God in/through him.

I remain his servant, his bidding i leap to do
as long as he has need of me
my sword remains his
Until we meet as one.

'What a differance he's made in my life', so goes the old song.
I knew him from childhood on, left for a few horrid years of rebellion.
The prodigal son returned and was called.

A man with a calling remains only a shell, unless he is activly
being obediant to the calling. 'Jonah.'

The sweetest years are the ones we live in obediance to the call and mandate on our life.


And here I preach on...

My dad used to say I just never knew how to accept a compliment
I'm guessing he was right.

lol

CooCooTheLooseScrew
05-20-2009, 06:36 PM
And each time, I remain in awe, and gratefull for the giftgiver, whose hand guides mine, and whose spirit influences mine for better and good.


I know this feeling well. For me it becomes a brick wall that I am backed and cornered to in confrontation. At my back it is courage and knowledge of the outcome. I'm deep into a project right now that will be massive in its impact, naturally there are forces at work to stop it from happening. Tho this "mural" will not be able to be washed away :)


here's something interesting to:

'What a differance he's made in my life', so goes the old song.
I knew him from childhood on, left for a few horrid years of rebellion.
The prodigal son returned and was called.


here's a line from one of my songs that's being worked on now...

"I heard the concrete chuckle at the prodigal son
Then it buckled under the weight of an atomical love"

The songs called "The Last Moon"

The first verse is about the return, because my new works is taking me right through the old haunts. The Concrete I wore paths in did not forget me... That line sums up our reunion...

second verse is a conversation i'm having with lady history, here is an exert:

"I guess Iím the last moon, she got no reason to lie
She donít even know how toÖso Iím the last of my kind
She said not to worry, you know how to be alone
I said I have to hurryÖshe said no you donít
She said you know what you are, you have me for council
I said I missed you, she said thatís more than a mouthful
I have never missed you!...she told me with authority
They still call it His Story, I guess theyíre ignoreín me
You are the last moon, and Iím nothing to fuck with
Now Iíve shown you the sky, use me to Jump InÖ"


Third Verse is in the same fashion as the first, you can only have an audible conversation with history for so long before one sounds crazy i've learned :)

The music is incredible, NEW, Cutting Edge, Organic and undeniable. I'm in AWE of the happenings in and around it right now... I'm also in complete thanksgiving. Yes I, to the one that lifts me upon High...YHVH.

Bard
05-20-2009, 07:10 PM
[QUOTE=CooCooTheLooseScrew]



I know this feeling well. For me it becomes a brick wall that I am backed and cornered to in confrontation. At my back it is courage and knowledge of the outcome. I'm deep into a project right now that will be massive in its impact, naturally there are forces at work to stop it from happening. Tho this "mural" will not be able to be washed away :)


Good for the mural, you seem very excited about this project mentioned prior.
I applaude you walking the road, there is no endity that can thwart, nor overcome the confidence inspuration births in ones well of soul.


here's something interesting to:



here's a line from one of my songs that's being worked on now...

"I heard the concrete chuckle at the prodigal son
Then it buckled under the weight of an atomical love"

The songs called "The Last Moon"

The first verse is about the return, because my new works is taking me right through the old haunts. The Concrete I wore paths in did not forget me... That line sums up our reunion...

(The concrete I wore paths in did not forget me)

Grand poetic stance of a monumental reunion, mounting in purpose and implications of importance daily



second verse is a conversation i'm having with lady history, here is an exert:

"I guess Iím the last moon, she got no reason to lie
She donít even know how toÖso Iím the last of my kind
She said not to worry, you know how to be alone
I said I have to hurryÖshe said no you donít
She said you know what you are, you have me for council
I said I missed you, she said thatís more than a mouthful
I have never missed you!...she told me with authority
They still call it His Story, I guess theyíre ignoreín me
You are the last moon, and Iím nothing to fuck with
Now Iíve shown you the sky, use me to Jump InÖ"


Third Verse is in the same fashion as the first, you can only have an audible conversation with history for so long before one sounds crazy i've learned :)

The music is incredible, NEW, Cutting Edge, Organic and undeniable. I'm in AWE of the happenings in and around it right now... I'm also in complete thanksgiving. Yes I, to the one that lifts me upon High...YHVH.

Excitement and inspiration is so rare, do enjoy this season of visitation


Dare, to go as your led, speak what you hear, using the medium your
embraced by, then never depart from your initial call of purity, insofar as the essance of your message first birthed withing you,.

Then you shall find little regret in your composition and story told.
You then trust in the master himself to find the audience birthed for your signature style work and creation.

Bard
06-16-2009, 03:02 PM
Eyes in the aged carry us to where we once walked when young.
Imagination takes us beyond.


.........

Bard
06-16-2009, 03:06 PM
It was best put by Rodney Bohen...

"It is the pursuing of our dreams that cast us in our finest and most radiant colors, rendering us bested by no other."



"To me it is art that defines our existence in the timeless collection of humanity. For countless centuries, artists have given us infinite expressions of the past so that we may better understand and appreciate our history. As artists, we have a responsibility to portray life as we see it, dream it and fear it."

"Without art...we are plain simple and undefined."
- Allison Sanderson 2005
(facebook)


http://ja-jp.facebook.com/pages/Allison-Sanderson/120544040292?v=info&viewas=0
~

"Each piece of art is a captured dream that can be shared and studied. Art is the expression of... (read more)

Bard
07-31-2009, 01:42 PM
2003


I say this today, and scribe it to the record of time with no doubt nor hesitation, being fully persuaded that what I am about to state is true! The current global problems we incur this day, war, starvation, etc., shall NEVER be rectified nor solved, so long as mankind harbors discontent for others based on religion, race or creed.

Our chance for peace on the horizon of the morrow solely depends upon our change of heart today.

:tiphat

CooCooTheLooseScrew
08-05-2009, 10:03 PM
I wonder if after this time that has passed we have missed eachother, no matter how much we have related to....

Bard
08-06-2009, 03:00 PM
I wonder if after this time that has passed we have missed eachother, no matter how much we have related to....

I'm sorry I am not understanding your statement Coo
Can you rephrase?

CooCooTheLooseScrew
09-13-2010, 09:48 PM
If I could remember what in the world I was thinking when I typed that I would Sir Bard... It looks as if I was thinking out loud, not knowing if I would see the Coliseum or you again... pondering.. but hell... I'm off my rocker most the time and a self proclaimed CooCoo...so who knows... but yeah... reading it back, it seems I was in wonder...


I still love all these quotes man... especially the one I opened the thread with...

Bard
09-14-2010, 01:00 PM
If I could remember what in the world I was thinking when I typed that I would Sir Bard... It looks as if I was thinking out loud, not knowing if I would see the Coliseum or you again... pondering.. but hell... I'm off my rocker most the time and a self proclaimed CooCoo...so who knows... but yeah... reading it back, it seems I was in wonder...


I still love all these quotes man... especially the one I opened the thread with...

Oddly that opening quote I found on a strangers website, a gal I knew not had quoted me, imagine that, the storyteller was found also on another poetry board where someone had found it special, what an honor.

No worry bout the other statement man, its all good.

Bard
09-14-2010, 01:13 PM
I wonder if after this time that has passed we have missed eachother, no matter how much we have related to....

I can answer for me, yes. :cool